Your beloved pet has passed away. You are devastated, and can't imagine life without your furry friend. If you are looking for a way to keep them close to you even though they have passed on, there is a way. Have their cremated remains turned into a diamond. I will explain after the jump.
At the tender age of 49 I am still petrified to go to the dentist. It never matters what I'm having done. The thought of a simple cleaning makes me cold and clammy. It's not that my current dentist has ever caused me a great deal of pain. He and his staff are fantastic. I am afraid of going to the dentist today because I had a terrible dental experience as a child. I really think that the dentist featured in this story is on to something! Learn more after the jump.
I am going to go out on a limb by saying that this might just be the cutest video you see all week...and it's only Tuesday. Watch Watson, the 12 year-old Shar Pei walk his two year old human. Catch the video after the jump, and watch for the puddles!
One of the best things about animals, I think, is that they show affection and have empathy without the stereotypes that plague us humans sometimes. The video that plays after the jump is a perfect example. Take just a minute to watch it. You will be glad that you did!
Rod and I discussed dog owners who talked baby talk to their pets earlier this week, but what about dogs that use baby talk to communicate with their humans? Check out the beautiful Husky matching the baby syllable for syllable in the precious video after the jump!
Most of of us end up over eating on Thanksgiving. It's normal to want to include your pet in the celebration. Not a good idea. Here are seven-tips to help you keep your pet safe during this foodie holiday.
Cesar Millan is a very successful man. But his life has not been without its' struggles. In a forthcoming documentary, set to air on National Geographic Wild later this month, he reveals the circumstances that lead him to consider suicide.
Parents, listen up! When you make a deal with your kids, you might want to leave Facebook out of the equation. Dan Urbano was sick and tired of his 7-year-old asking for a cat, so he challenged his boy, Remi, and his sister.
I have heard that necessity is the mother of invention. So what do you get when you bring together a dog that loves to play 'fetch', a young daughter with a loose tooth, a piece of string and a clever dad with dark sense of humor? The video you will find after the jump.
Seeing some of these photos makes me wish I had taken a picture of many of my dogs when I first got them and then re-created the picture a decade later. I've had so many dogs in my life that I could fill a library with pictures like this. At one time I had three golden retrievers that I raised from pups. I do have a picture of them as adult dogs, but none as puppies. Check out this collection of past and present pictures for fun. Could you find pictures like this in your collection?
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